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The Last Bogatyr (2009)

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Credited cast:
Benjamin Bonenfant ... Anton (as Ben Bonenfant)
Megan LeFurge Megan LeFurge ... Katya
Geoffrey Dean ... Vasily
Anthony Karbo Anthony Karbo ... Priest
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jon Ainsworth Jon Ainsworth ... WWII Re-enactor
Thomas Alcorn Thomas Alcorn ... WWII Re-enactor
Dan Armstrong Dan Armstrong ... WWII Re-enactor
William Patrick Atkinson William Patrick Atkinson ... Russian Flagbearer
Ariel Baty ... Russian Medic #2
Kevin J. Beechwood Kevin J. Beechwood ... Deserter #2
Ian Berryman Ian Berryman ... Villager
Shaene Berryman Shaene Berryman ... Villager
Andrew Camp Andrew Camp ... WWII Re-enactor
Timothy Casey Timothy Casey ... Villager
Raymond J. Coache Raymond J. Coache ... WWII Re-enactor
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Taglines:

The most dangerous thing in war is faith.

Genres:

Short | Drama | Romance | War

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Country:

USA

Language:

English | Russian

Release Date:

2 May 2009 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Colorado Springs, Colorado, USA See more »

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1.78 : 1
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Ira Scionka giving the voice over of Katya in the film is chanting "The Prayer of the Cross" in Russian. See more »

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about a war
6 April 2018 | by KirpianuscusSee all my reviews

...or a life. or a time or a choice. a film about East. simple, because not more is necessary for understand a story who defines many lives in WWII. its simplicity is the basic virtue. because it becomes a religious film, about forms of happiness and need of freedom and destiny and choices. each time a saw it, something behind the words remains the essential answer to a past shadows. because, at the first sigh, the title sounds strange. in fact,, nothing unreasonable. only a clash between ways to be yourself. to be brave. to live and love and looking for the only truth of your existence. short, a film who I loved. because, for the reflection of the fundamental moments of ordinary life, it reminds to its public what is the essence of sacrifice, whot does significant each life.


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